Are Ferrari ready to win F1 World Championship after dismal Canadian GP for Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz | F1 News

Following a dismal weekend for Ferrari at the Canadian Grand Prix, Sky Sports F1 assess whether the Italian team are ready to end their title drought. Ferrari suffered their first double DNF in two years as a shocking lack of pace was compounded by Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz failing to finish the race. From…

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Max Verstappen: Red Bull driver produces brilliant Canadian Grand Prix display to remind closing rivals of challenge ahead | F1 News

Amid the chaos of a thrilling weekend of action at the Canadian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen provided a timely reminder of why he remains Formula 1’s best driver. The Dutchman produced a near-faultless display to see off the challenges of Lando Norris and George Russell in Montreal, tightening his grip on the Drivers’ Championship in…

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Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes driver bemoans ‘one of the worst races’ of his career at Canadian Grand Prix | F1 News

Lewis Hamilton described the Canadian Grand Prix as “one of the worst races” he has driven in his career as Mercedes failed to capitalise on their strong pace in Montreal. The seven-time world champion advanced from seventh on the grid to finish fourth in a thrilling race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Sunday but was…

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Lando Norris admits McLaren made costly Canadian GP strategy error after losing out to Max Verstappen in Montreal | F1 News

Lando Norris said McLaren “should have won” the Canadian Grand Prix but “didn’t do a good enough job as a team” in how they handled the first Safety Car phase in the rain-hit race. The Briton eventually finished Sunday’s topsy-turvy rain-hit race in second place to Max Verstappen, but the 24-year-old believes he could, and…

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Canadian GP: Max Verstappen overcomes wet-race chaos to beat rueful Lando Norris, George Russell to win | F1 News

Canadian GP result: Top 10 1) Max Verstappen, Red Bull 2) Lando Norris, McLaren 3) George Russell, Mercedes 4) Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes 5) Oscar Piastri, McLaren 6) Fernando Alonso, Aston Martin 7) Lance Stroll, Aston Martin 8) Daniel Ricciardo, RB 9) Pierre Gasly, Alpine 10) Esteban Ocon, Alpine

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Canadian GP: Mercedes back on F1 pole position as George Russell says result ‘start of something’ for 2024 season | F1 News

George Russell believes his superb pole position for Mercedes at the Canadian Grand Prix is the “start of something for our season” while Toto Wolff is optimistic the team are finally “going in the right direction” in F1’s current era of rules. For just the third time since the end of the 2021 season that…

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Canadian GP: Lewis Hamilton fastest by four tenths from Max Verstappen in searing Practice Three for Mercedes | F1 News

Montreal specialist Lewis Hamilton set a searing pace to lead Max Verstappen by nearly four tenths of a second in a final practice session that appeared to offer Mercedes real hope of being contenders in Canadian GP qualifying. Hamilton, the joint record-holder for wins at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve with seven – which includes his…

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Max Verstappen suffers early setback at Canadian GP as Red Bull car fault restricts practice running | F1 News

Max Verstappen admitted his start to the Canadian Grand Prix weekend was “not ideal” after his Red Bull car hit technical trouble on Friday in Montreal. On a disrupted opening day for the whole grid amid on-off rain at the Circuit Giles Villeneuve, Verstappen was restricted to just four laps in Practice Two due to…

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Canadian GP: Lewis Hamilton encouraged by Mercedes practice performance in Montreal | F1 News

Lewis Hamilton says he feels Mercedes are “closer to the front” at the Canadian Grand Prix after being encouraged by his car’s performance during Friday practice in Montreal. Mercedes have failed to keep pace with Red Bull, Ferrari and McLaren during the opening eight rounds of the 2024 season, with Hamilton and team-mate George Russell…

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Canadian GP: What now in F1 2024 after Red Bull’s ‘big weakness’ exposed in Monaco defeat? | F1 News

Max Verstappen admits Red Bull’s struggles in Monaco exposed the “big weakness” in their 2024 car amid the growing challenge to the world champions’ two-year stranglehold on race weekends in F1. Amid what was already a tightening of the battle at the front of Formula 1 this season, Red Bull suffered their least competitive showing…

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